Caldwell Shooting Supplies Launches Stinger Shooting Rest

by
posted on May 22, 2017
shooting-rest_lede.png
Caldwell Shooting Supplies' new Stinger Shooting Rest combines a modern, sleek all-black design with user functionality. An innovative front elevation system and a spring-loaded, height-adjustment knob allow for fast, one-handed coarse-elevation adjustment. The Stinger features a heavy-duty dual-metal frame, and quick cam locks to allow the front rest to easily slide forward or backwards to accommodate a variety of firearm lengths. A cutting-edge molded front and rear supports protect the firearm’s finish and provide just the right amount of firmness for taking rock-solid shots.
  
                           


                      

Features:
-Up to 3” of front rest elevation adjustment
-1” of rear elevation adjustment
-3.5” of lateral gun fit adjustment
-Perfect for extended magazines and lever actions
-Rigid steel tube frame
-Non-marring front and rear cradles

MSRP: $119.99

For more information visit btibrands.com

 

Latest

Qamain
Qamain

Rifleman Q&A: Bullet & Primer Sealant

From the archives of American Rifleman, one NRA member questions the importance of the colorful or black-colored paint-like coating around the cartridge necks and primer pockets of surplus ammunition.

Preview: Zero Tolerance Knives 0357BW

The U.S.-made Zero Tolerance 0357 Black Wash liner lock features a 3.25" blade of hard, wear-resistant CPM 20CV steel treated with a scratch-hiding blackwash finish best suited for everyday carry.

The French FR F2 Sniper Rifle

Conceived during the Cold War and after thirty years of service, the French are beginning to phase out the FR F2 bolt-action sniper rifle, with the surplus rifles available for sale from Navy Arms.

SIG Sauer P210: The Long-Lived Swiss Service Pistol

First designed in 1947, and formerly the official sidearm of the Swiss Army, the SIG Sauer P210 is still in production today, with a few modern upgrades.

The Winchester Model 94: History & Disassembly

Compact, reliable and powerful, Winchester's Model 1894 lever-actions may not have the popularity it once had with Western settlers, prospectors, law enforcement officers, hunters and ranchers, but its legacy remains today and is a fan favorite in Winchester's current product line.

NRA Gun of the Week: Fabarm USA Autumn

On this week’s “Gun of the Week” video preview, American Rifleman examines a first from Fabarm, a side-by-side break-action shotgun called the Autumn.

Interests



Get the best of American Rifleman delivered to your inbox.